UK Specialist Cobra Simulation showcases its multi-role single channel dome at ITEC 2018 in Stuttgart this week. A portable 1.8m dome, it is used as a part task trainer in both the Eurofighter TYPHOON and F-35 LIGHTNING II programmes. It is also actively deployed as an accredited Joint Terminal Attack Controller (JTAC) training platform for ‘call for fire’ and ‘close air support’ training.

"We are very excited to be attending ITEC 2018 for the first time in our history on our own stand. The plan is to get event visitors up close and personal with our single channel dome product along with an opportunity to ask me questions as the designer. We are specialists in first surface mirror and fish eye single channel immersive dome systems, we continue to educate our industry in the substantial benefits of simple minimal channel dome solutions. There are several new features on offer with our top selling smallest dome. Its new lightweight aluminium frame, our van-ready premium flight case (brand new single case design). Allowing you to transport the dome in the back of an L1-H1 transit custom van with ample space for system accessories. We also have a very special announcement as we share the first details on our brand new addition to our single channel dome family aimed at delivering all the benefits of our smallest dome in a larger form factor with a greater field of view," promised the company’s Managing Director, Alexander Bradley.

MONCh will be reporting later in the week on Cobra’s next announcement.

Tim Mahon



Cobra domes in a variety of sizes and configurations support a wide range of applications. (Image: Cobra Simulation)

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